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Nov 17, 2013 9:00am EST
and i'm sure it will go very well. we look forward to his joining and that museum joining us here in this city of museums. i'm very, very pleased to welcome him and all of you to the international spy museum this evening. so have a great evening. enjoy. >> let me welcome everyone here tonight. this is our 8th in a series of events that we call witness to history. it gives us a very important opportunity to get a first hand glimpse of the major moments in law enforcement history from those who actually participated in those events. tonight we take a look into what the u.s. department of justice has called, quote, possibly the worst intelligence disaster in u.s. history. from 22 years from 1979 until 2001 robert hanssen, an fbi special agent spied for soviet and russian intelligence services against the united states. tonight we will examine this infamous case with the fbi official who was at the center of the investigation that led to hanssen's arrest and with the author who wrote the definitive book about hanssen and the damage he did to america. we will look at what motivated an fbi
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